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Calling GC.Collect() may not immediately release the memory. If you want to make sure it does that, you can do do this:

GC.Collect();
GC.WaitForPendingFinalizers();

Keep in mind that the WaitForPendingFinalizers method blocks the calling thread until it returns.

Like everyone else has said, you should probably leave the garbage collector alone, and be more vigilant about references to the object(s) in question. As long as another object holds a reference to another object, that referenced object remains in memory.
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